With all good intentions, we wanted to write extensive blog posts commending the National Park Service and God for creating glorious parks around incredible natural scenery. But fall is for travel, and we’re finding we’re not adept at posting while on the road. And we’re not off the road long enough to post.
This fall, we saw Utah. Well, not all of Utah. But some pretty spectacular parts of it — from Salt Lake City to Arches, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, Escalante, and Bryce. And points in between, of course. We were awed by the beauty, as any of you who have visited these sites already know.
But we don’t have time to post because we’ve book a Viking River Cruise from Paris to Normandy and then an extension to London, the Cotswolds, and some of the sites I told my high school students about but I’ve never seen myself: the Globe Theatre, Stonehenge, Stratford, Oxford, Bath, and more.
So, here’s the best we can do ’til we return. We’re posting links to some of our Utah pictures on Flickr taken at Canyonlands. Just know that we have pics of other parks that we’ll be sharing later. We’re glad the 100-year celebration of the National Park Service uses this hashtag — #FindYourPark — because we’ve found not one but many.
Best wishes for great viewing!
Flickr account: https://www.flickr.com/photos/placeswesee/
Flickr Album: Canyonlands:
There’s more to come. We promise.
In the meantime, Happy Thanksgiving, Merry Christmas, and best wishes for a great holiday season at home or abroad!
— Bert and Rusha